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Major accident in Visakhapatnam, massive fire broke out at the port, 40 boats burnt to ashes

A major accident took place in Visakhapatnam, Andhra Pradesh. A massive fire broke out at the fishing port in Visakhapatnam. The accident spread to 40 boats and within no time all the boats were burnt to ashes. After the incident, several fire brigade vehicles immediately reached the spot. There itself. The police have registered a case and are investigating the matter. The cause of the fire has not been known yet.

According to news agency PTI, the fire broke out in the ghat area of ​​the city where fishing boats were kept. After the incident, Visakhapatnam District Fire Officer S Renukayya said that the fire broke out in the ghat area of ​​the city where there were fishing boats. He said that after receiving information about the fire, firefighters reached the spot.


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